Monday, March 28, 2011

One Man's Trash, Another Man's Treasure

This past summer I bought my first white sundress against my better judgment.  Ever since my mom did the color wheel with me at age 2, and I knew I was an "autumn", I just couldn't allow myself the privilege of wearing white.  Well, so I went into Anthropologie to buy hair accessories, cause let's be honest, Anthropologie is not cheap and I can only afford hair accessories.  I went to the sale rack, found this white dress and bought it.  Sadly, I have to admit that the chore around the house that I most detest is putting away clean laundry.  I'll move it from my bed to the floor to the bed to the floor. Well, my white dress fell off onto the floor and off I went to campus.  When I got home I noticed that my dog, Sophie, had mistaken it for her puppy pad.  Needless to say, it went into the garbage.  It was my treasure and Sophie's trash. 

This is how I feel about eHarmony.One man's trash, another man's treasure.  I firmly believe in eHarmony for so many of my friends. It has been a treasure! Several have gotten married and all it took was "4 easy steps to find the right match!"  Kidding.  That's just what their website says. I am against it for myself because I really need and want to know someone in their daily context.  We all know those people who are awesome and first impressions and personable, then you find out they have 6 wives.  Anyway, if everyone thinks eHarmony is so great, why are most people embarrassed to admit they are doing it?  Here's my proposition.....I want to hear if you think I should do it and why? Or if I shouldn't and why? I have no desire to do it, but part of me thinks it would be a fun blogging topic. Anyway, if I choose to do it, I will not be secretive about it.  I'll break "code".  Imagine that.  Okay, hit me up with your opinions.

Beth